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REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS – Town of Twisp Gateway and Public Art Project

TOWN OF TWISP – GATEWAY AND PUBLIC ART PROJECT REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS Download Application and RFP Info CLICK HERE ———————————- Deadline: June 22, 2018 Budget:  $60,000 budget Contact: Amanda Jackson Mott, Methow Arts Alliance amanda@methowartsalliance.org Email only please. No phone calls. The Town of Twisp cordially invites applications from artists or artist teams to submit… [Read More]

Why Art Matters: Smalltown Economics

By Rose Weagant Olcott To be able to say in all honesty “I am an artist” is no small thing. Ask most folks in metropolitan areas what they do for a living, and you’ll often get an answer that’s likely above our analog heads. But in the Methow, it’s different. You can walk down Glover… [Read More]

Movie Lineup at Barnyard Cinema through May 24

Through May 24, 2018

CLICK ON MOVIE TIMES FOR ONLINE TICKET SALES SORT BY DATE A Quiet Place PG-13 for terror and some bloody images. A family lives an isolated existence in utter silence, for fear of an unknown threat that follows and attacks at any sound. Directed by Jon Krasinski. Friday 18, May 9:00 PM Saturday 19, May 6:00… [Read More]

Okanogan Students Integrate Plant Biology and Art in Field Journals Residency

by Ashley Lodato Education Director, Methow Arts In a unit that combined plant biology with field journalling, sketching, and botanical watercolors, Okanogan 5th graders observed, studied, drew, and painted plants and vegetation native to the Okanogan region. First, students worked with longtime Okanogan teacher and artist Jim Anderson to design and construct field journals using… [Read More]

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